How does it work?

Structured light scanning is a non-destructive and non-contact technology that captures the shape and size of an object. While the scanner projects sequential patterns of light, the software creates a “point cloud” containing millions of points to represent the object’s surfaces.

PADT’s 3D Printing and Scanning Services are Delivered under our
Certified Quality Management System

Structured Light Advantages

Complex geometries and organic surfaces
High accuracy
Excellent resolution
Reliable and repeatable
Faster scan times

Applications

  • 3D Printing
  • First (or Last) Article Inspection
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Part Inspection
  • Part Validation
  • Forensic Analysis
  • Part Disposition
  • Quality Assurance

Technical Data

Resolution 4869 x 3264
Megapixels 16 MP
Output File Format Multiple including .stl

*Numbers are based on published Zeiss data

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